that might be, but in the hands of Bendis I'd imagine he'd write them similarly, more like two sides of the same coin with Dick more the optimistic goofball, and Jason more the cynic with a dry sense of humor.>>108627098>Also Dick Grayson should be the main character of DC Comics.
In a way, yeah. I still maintain he deserves an honorary place among the Trinity, to be immediately elevated at time of Bruce's death. If you consider the reasons Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are the shotcallers of the universe, retroactively added reasons aside, it has to do with their immediate popularity within the timeframe of DC's emergence. Public characters aside, Dick was the first sidekick, he was the kid everyone used as a self insert to imagine themselves going on adventures with Batman. He's grown into his own man, knows and cares about everyone, who in turn is also known and cared for by everyone. If there was such a thing as the chairman of the DC cape community, it should be Nightwing, because if Clark is Truth, Bruce is Justice, and Diana is Love or Compassion, Dick is Heart.
I don't know if he should be the main character, but he should be allowed out of Bruce's shadow, and able to be appreciative of what Bruce has given him without needing to be at his beck and call. The shitty part of the Ric saga, is that as I wrote that I think there is an argument that Ric Grayson might be their attempt to do just that, which is unfortunate because technically that story is a way of accomplishing that, but not the only one, which makes me wish they'd drop it already, and move on already, and let a better author take a crack at it.